Keith Levene & Jah Wobble

Pressure Sounds * PSTI08 * 2012

E.P

E.P


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New 12" from the two founder members of PIL. Four track E.P. with their first musical collaboration for some time. Deep bass grooves from Wobble and clattering guitar from the man who many have imitated. No one does this kind of thing better than these two musicians. Four tracks of unbridled musical mayhem. Deep joy!!

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Keith Levene & Jah Wobble — E.P

Uncle Ash, Mar 29, 2012
Mmmm ... thank you, thank you.
¡Viva KL&JW!

- Uncle Ash

Keith Levene & Jah Wobble — E.P

Andy, Aug 19, 2012
what a solid package, ace!

Keith Levene & Jah Wobble — E.P

rob jones, Nov 12, 2012
Wobble and Levene reuniting is a momentous moment and the guys prove that they can still cut the mustard!

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